Besides running the wood fired oven workshops, Pat runs Hains House as an AirB&B. In case you haven’t been traveling much lately, this is a system like those home stays and farm stays that are so deservedly popular in other countries. Three bedrooms and a bath upstairs, one bed and bath downstairs. So in the four nights I spent in the Log Cabin room under the eaves, Vasu had another of the upstairs bedrooms and the downstairs room was occupied Friday night by Frank and Elaine from Victoria, B.C. and Saturday night by Emily and David from Northern Ireland. And it must be said that in the case of Hains House, “bed & breakfast” doesn’t really cover the experience.